Local farmers will demonstrate better practices to protect fish and fish habitats in rivers and creeks, in a new project centred on Oyster Harbour. The project is a continuation of Fish Friendly Farms, a successful program from the Eastern States, which will be delivered in partnership between South Coast Natural Resource Management, Recfishwest and Ozfish Unlimited.
Teachers and Parents!
Would you like a cheap and fun activity to trick your children into learning about World Wetlands Day?
Then continue reading and download these two adorable origami animals. Both animals are dependent on wetlands for their survival.
Local Esperance and Ravensthorpe farmers will be the long term winners with a new project being delivered by South Coast Natural Resource Management with funding recently awarded through the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission’s Regional Grants Scheme and the WA Government’s Royalties for Regions Program.
South Coast Natural Resource Management is excited to announce that it is running its first Regional Landcare Facilitators’ Community Small Grant Programme for 2017 thanks to funding by the National Landcare Programme.
This programme aims to help community groups get involved in Landcare by providing funds of up to $500 (ex GST) that can go towards the cost of running an event or project that benefits the community and the environment.